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Behavior Disruption in Cebus Monkeys as a Function of Injected Substances

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Science  29 Mar 1963:
Vol. 139, Issue 3561, pp. 1281-1282
DOI: 10.1126/science.139.3561.1281

Abstract

Intraperitoneal injections of blood substances from schizophrenic or stressed normal human donors into primates trained to perform a precision timing task resulted in significant prolongation of time taken to complete the task as compared with injections of blood substances from normal donors.